Laundry room vent through wall
We have a laundry room that shares a wall with the garage. We are in the process of switching the connections out to the garage, to create a bedroom/office in the current laundry room. Obviously, we currently vent the dryer out the exterior wall of the laundry room. The problem is we do not have an easily accessible spot to vent to the exterior of the garage, as the near exterior wall has a door leading outside.
I'm currently thinking of just running the dryer vent straight from the back of the dryer through the shared wall, then turning 90 degrees straight out the existing vent. I'd install a sleeve inside the wall to pass through the vent hose, and I'm also considering using something more sturdy than the flexible vent tube we currently have.
Is this a dumb idea? And if not, any suggestions on the installation?